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#39471 - 06/21/04 06:17 AM Decks...
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What are the permissible methods of wiring beneath attached backyard decks and fastening to the framing members? RNC, UF, etc.?

Thanks in advance,
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#39472 - 06/21/04 07:09 AM Re: Decks...
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I much prefer EMT. If you use RNC keep in mind that you may need expansion couplings, a major reason I don't use it for outside above ground runs of more than a few feet. UF will need to be protected if any of it is accessable.

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